As efforts continue to manage water resources in the midst of this fourth year of the worst drought on record, people are looking for answers. To this end, NewGrass®, is the easiest ways to address monthly water consumption. And while the search continues, one fact remains. Synthetic grass solves water problems. This is a hard fact; the numbers don’t lie.
How Synthetic Grass Solves Water Problems
As Americans, we use a lot of water. In fact, we use far too much on our lawns. Furthermore, it has been estimated that our water footprint as a country is double the world’s yearly average. So to put it in perspective, we collectively use an average of 410 billion gallons of water, per day. Yikes!
In addition, think of ways you can personally do your part to lower daily water consumption. For instance, is your lawn (literally) sucking everything dry each day? If you’re like the majority of Americans, yes. Seems like we love our real green lawns. However, look at the following facts.
-According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, natural lawns require lots of water. It is estimated that each square foot of natural grass requires 55 gallons of water per year.
–The Synthetic Turf Council website says that the average lawn is approximately 1,800 square feet.
-NewGrass ® synthetic grass requires no water at all to stay green and healthy-looking, summer through winter.
-By replacing an 1,800 square foot lawn with NewGrass ® synthetic turf, you can reduce your water consumption by 99,000 gallons of water every year! (How many dollars off your water bill does that equate to?!)
It’s pretty simple: our planet has limited resources. Furthermore, and we addict ourselves to carelessly using precious things like water to keep lawns looking nice. Taking clean, water for granted will draw out the water crisis. Yet, synthetic grass solves water problems. NewGrass has products that can solve the water crisis in our country. Do your part, switch to environmentally-friendly NewGrass ®.